Sunny Deol has been hitting the headlines after his villa, located in Mumbai's Juhu, was earlier auctioned by the Bank of Baroda to recover a loan given to the actor. The amount of the loan was said to be around Rs 56 crore. However, the bank withdrew the e-auction notice for Gadar 2 actor's Juhu bungalow, citing 'technical reasons.' The bank issued a statement confirming the same. Now, the actor refused to comment in detail on Bank of Baroda’s

property auction notice and said that "these are personal matters." 

Reacting to the controversy, Sunny told ANI, "I do not want to comment. These are personal matters. Main kuch bhi bolunga, log galat matlab nikalenge."

Earlier, his team had issued a statement that read, "We are in process of resolving this issue and the issue will be resolved. We request for no further speculation on the same."
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